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Ongoing Projects

Access Justice Framework (AJF), inspired by the principles of disability justice, AJF promotes access for all through a series of accessibility guides.

Pleasurable, an education and advocacy organization for people who are passionate about disability, sex, and sexuality.

Playing it safe(r): an accessible technology security guide for a post-FOSTA / SESTA / CLOUD world.

Resource Index for Accountability Work for folks who are interested in restorative and/or transformative justice.

Grants

The Awesome Foundation: Disability
$1,000
Plesaurable: Disability-related Sex Ed.
Twice monthly online workshops and discussions led by a wide range of disabled educators regarding disability and (a)sexuality/relationships/dating (one for educators by educators, one for disabled people).

Crip Camp Adobe Fellowship in honor of Ki’tay D. Davidson
$5,000
Access Justice Framework
Inspired by the principles of disability justice, AJF promotes access for all through a series of accessibility guides.

Crip Camp and Color of Change relief fund
$2,500

Currently Available Workshops

  • Accessing disabled pleasure.
  • Detoured: a how-to guide to life for newly acquired disability and chronic illness.
  • Disability and consent: you (shouldn’t) have (to fight for) the right to autonomy.
  • Dress sexy at my funeral: final arrangement preparedness for the sex-positive.
  • Fuck the pain away: kink as chronic pain management.
  • Hello to you out there in normal land: an introduction to disability culture.
  • It’s getting hot in here: climate change and your sex life.
  • Kiss and tell: non-monogamy when immuno-compromised.
  • Loose lipped: adapting sexual pleasure for pelvic pain.
  • My neck, my back, my pussy and my crack: sex with Ehlers-Danlos.
  • Making it more accessible: a guide for greater inclusion.
  • Making it more accessible: a guide for event management.
  • Making it more accessible: a guide for virtual educators.
  • Playing it safe(r): technological security for the sex-positive.
  • Playing with disability: adapting play for people with disabilities and our partners.
  • Radical possibilities of pleasure-pain: sadomasochism in context, or why it’s so damned complicated when pain feels good.
  • Teaching medical students about sex and disability.
  • Teaching peer teen sex educators about sex and disability.

Publications

Panels

  • The Arc SF Speaker Series: Disability and Sexuality. (The Arc of San Francisco. February 10, 2022.)
  • Diversability Unplugged: Disability and Sexuality. (Diversability. November 16, 2021.)
  • Disability and Sex for Providers. (Widener University. March of 2017.)
  • Educating Future Doctors About the Realities of Disability. (Georgetown University School of Medicine. November of 2016.)
  • Sex and Disability for Medical Students. (George Washington University. August of 2015.)
  • Rare Disease Patient Focus Group. (National Institutes of Health. January of 2013.)
  • Women and Self-Inflicted Violence Workshop. (Visions in Feminism Conference, 2002.)
    co-panel with Erica Smith and Sara Plourde

Presentations

  • Teaching Medical Students About Sex and Disability. (American Medical Student Association. April 12, 2022.)
  • Loose Lipped: Adapting Sexual Pleasure for Pelvic Pain. (ClitFest. March 27, 2022.)
  • Teaching Peer Teen Sex Educators About Sex and Disability. (Planned Parenthood of Metropolitan New Jersey. March 21, 2022.)
  • Making It More Accessible: A Guide for Educators. (Sex Down South. September 11, 2021.)
  • Playing It Safe(r): Technological Security For A Post-FOSTA World. (Sex Down South. September 10, 2021.)
  • Fuck The Pain Away: Kink as Chronic Pain Management. (Sex Down South. September 9, 2021.)
  • Fuck The Pain Away: Kink as Chronic Pain Management. (May 11, 2021.)
  • Intersectionality of sex & disability. (University of Tennessee, Chattanooga. March 29, 2021.)
  • Making Your Virtual Teaching More Accessible, pt 4: Bonus class on accessibility. (Sex Geek Conservatory. December 28, 2020.)
  • Making Your Virtual Teaching More Accessible, pt 3: Hot Seats & Coaching. (Sex Geek Conservatory. December 17, 2020.)
  • Making Your Virtual Teaching More Accessible, pt 2: Technical Application. (Sex Geek Conservatory. December 10, 2020.)
  • Making Your Virtual Teaching More Accessible, pt. 1: Accessible Communication and What It Solves. (Sex Geek Conservatory. December 3, 2020.)
  • Making Your Online Presentations Accessible. (Everyone Deserves Sex Ed‘s Sex Educator Master Class Series. November 25, 2020.)
  • “Dress Sexy At My Funeral”: Final Arrangement Preparedness For Sex-Positive People. (Shadows and Light Festival. September of 2020.)
  • Playing with Disability – Modifying Play for Folks with Disabilities and Chronic Pain. (Shadows and Light Festival. September of 2020.)
  • Accessing Disabled Pleasure. (The CSPH. September of 2020.)
  • Playing It Safe(r): Better Practices for Technological Security. (September of 2020.)
  • Making Presentations More Accessible. (September of 2020.)
  • Accessing Disabled Pleasure. (Erotic Intimacy Festival. July of 2020.)
  • Making It More Accessible: A Guide for Greater Inclusion. (Virtual Facilitators Toolbox. June of 2020.)
  • Tools for Sex Geeks Who ≠ Tech Nerds. (Zoom for private group. May of 2020.)
  • The State of Disability & Pleasure. (The Disability and Sexuality Access Network. May 6, 2020.)
  • Making Way for Disabled Sex Educators. (Tufts University’s Sex & Accessibility Symposium. February 20, 2020.)
  • Playing with Disability: Adapting Play for People with Disabilities and Our Partners. (Shiver. February of 2020.)
  • Making It More Accessible: A Guide for Presenters. (Ducky Doolittle’s Skill Share Series. October of 2019.)
  • Playing with Disability – Adapting Play for People with Disabilities and Our Partners. (Stony Brook University TNG. May of 2019.)
  • Disability and Kink; Crip Time and Spoon Theory; Navigating Multiple Services While Multiply Disabled. (Widener University. March of 2017.)
  • Chronic Pain, Disability, Sex, and Kink. (Widener University. March of 2016.)
  • Sex and Sexuality-Based Violence: A Conversation. (Visions in Feminism Conference, 2002.)

Citations and Interviews

Print and Web

Podcast

Radio

Video

Bylines

Storytelling

Service

coming soon

Associations

Skills

  • Advocacy
  • Common Language / Clear Language
  • Navigation of bureaucracy
  • Public speaking
  • Research
  • Storytelling
  • Writing

Continuing Education

coming soon

Interests

  • Accessibility
  • Disability Justice
  • Kink and Chronic Pain
  • Social Justice
  • Structural Change

Testimonials

Testimonials are available here.